So? Why did they feel the need to bring Musky Allen in at all? Why all the secrecy? Why all the clandestine, black opps stuf? C'mon, had to wear a blindfold and driven around for four hours and the while thing staged out of Las Vegas? Then you toss in all the "Alien Autopsy" stuff, just for good measure. AND.......did you notice he kept using the term, "I was the only one who had LEGAL permission to be there." When you give permission, it's legal by default. There's no difference in having permission and having "Legal permission". Although it sounds like it's some kind of deeper and more tangible or enforceable. Not only that but stop and think about it for a minute, how is Musky Allen qualified to determine what he saw is real or an elaborate hoax? He reported what he was supposedly told by whomever it was he was there with, apparently members of the Illuminati were present.
I'm reminded of the Georgia Bigfoot hoax of 2008, seems the guys in Georgia scored $50K with their hoax and as I understand it, they got to keep the money because the guy who fronted the money to them A) didn't want his name revealed after the hoax was mad public and he made a deal for the contents of the freezer......not a real Bigfoot body. I could be wrong on that but that's how I recall it and I'm too lazy to look it up, so ya'll Google it.
My thinking is they might well think that if those guys could score $50K then they might have it in mind to go for a big score and retire......in a Corvette.
Edited by keninsc, 09 February 2013 - 01:06 AM.